If you’re not especially smitten with fine art and architecture, you’d almost be forgiven for overlooking The Third & The Seventh. At a whacking 10 minutes plus, you might think it a bit of an investment to sit through what is admittedly a very pretty montage of architectural shots overlaid with a gentle, haunting instrumental [...]
Way to have your art immortalised. This clock features moving images of its creator continually re-drawning the hands in order to keep the time displayed up to date. I suppose the novelty might wear off eventually, but still… what a great idea! Source: Neatorama.
For many people who marry, planning the perfect proposal is almost as important as the ceremony itself. Australian illustrator Guy Shields came up with the idea to create a series of illustrations with part of the message contained within each one, then piece them all together in a montage to spell out the crucial question. [...]
Has watching a video ever caused you to shake your head and exclaim “Clearly they have too much free time!”, though you are secretly jealous of the sheer awesomeness involved in creating such a spectacle? Well, prepare to have whatever video you currently hold as “most incredible ever” banished to a distant memory by this [...]
Images by the very talented Scott Campbell.
I promised myself I wouldn’t re-watch the whole of The Wire so soon after finishing it for the first time, but seeing some of these classic moments from the five seasons again has my resolve wavering. Also, say what you like about Idris Elba‘s roles since he left The Wire, but that guy can ACT!
Here’s a brand new trailer for the Clash Of The Titans remake, directed by Louis Leterrier (The Transporter 1 & 2, The Incredible Hulk) and featuring Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes and fast-rising star Sam Worthington. I don’t know about you, but having watched the trailer I am very, very excited about seeing this film. Hey, [...]
Meet Napalm Dragon and friends, a group of experienced fire breathers from Canada. Mr. Dragon himself has 15 years experience of fire breathing, which he demonstrates in a beautiful and awe-inspiring video, shot at speeds of 1,000 and 2,000 frames per second. Source: BoingBoing.
This short film directed by Adam Berg, entitled Carousel, is an exceptional piece of hi-def cinema. What does it mean? I don’t think it matters. The level of detail is incredible, and the whole thing almost begs for an extended cut, or at least some perspective. Carousel at Stink Digital.